On Charlottesville: What Do We Do Now?
Mirah Curzer

I am a white woman of privilege. I am Canadian. After the election of Trump, I wept. After Charlottesville, I wept. After having read your article, I wept. I weep for my US sisters and brothers who are mired in this American tragedy. I weep for my US friends and relatives who live in the US and are struggling to make sense of what is going on. I weep because I know, without doubt, that this could happen in my country and I have no idea how to stop the hate. And so I speak out. As much as I can. Wherever I can. And I send out Love and Healing Light….

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